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14-3866 U.S. v. Bradford, appealed from the Western District of Missouri, Wollman, J.

SUBPOENAS Denial of Motions

 

Where a defendant argued that the district court erred in denying his motions for a subpoena ad testificandum and a subpoena duces tecum, the judgment is affirmed because the defendant failed to establish for the subpoena ad testificandum that his father’s presence was needed at sentencing, and the defendant failed to identify the documents needed with adequate specificity and also failed to show that they were relevant and admissible for the subpoena duces tecum.

Judgment is affirmed.

14-3866 U.S. v. Bradford,  appealed from the Western District of Missouri, Wollman, J.


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